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Croc Drop, Chessington World of Adventures

Theme park fans in the UK have been eagerly awaiting news of when Croc Drop will open at Chessington World of Adventures. It was promised for a Spring opening and fans won't be disappointed as it has been announced on the official website that Croc Drop is "set to ‘drop’ on April 12th" on the first day of opening for the 2021 season.

Croc Drop is the parks new drop tower which will plunge those that dare to alight 25m. It is situated in the Forbidden Kingdom zone of the park and is set to be a thrilling addition to Chessington World of Adventure's lineup. The minimum height requirement is 1.2m and those that fall between 1.2m and 1.3m must be accompanied by an adult over 16. 

Croc Drop, Chessington World of Adventures
Image: Chessington World of Adventures

The backstory to Croc Drop is described on Chessington World of Adventures as:

"those daring will plunge 25m into the giant jaws of a crocodile, Sobek, the ancient Egyptian Crocodile God and protector of the Nile, who has been possessed by evil spirits, transforming him into a cruel deity. With the once fertile Nile laying stagnant, riders must take part in a ceremony to banish the evil spirits from Sobek, plunging into the crocodile’s soul and freeing the waters back into the Nile."

For further information and to book tickets visit, Chessington World of Adventures official website. What do you think of Croc Drop? Are you planning a visit in 2021? Let us know by leaving a comment below or on our Facebook page.

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